Recession? Tish and pish - this year’s shown record-breaking sales for several car manufacturers. Mercedes, Audi, Dacia - they’ve all been huge winners. Same in the world of classics. We’ve seen a new old car lay claim to being the world’s most expensive (Ferrari 250 GTO, fact fans) and a 1967 275 GTB/4 N.A.R.T Spyder become the world’s priciest Ferrari.
But the stuff that’s really selling is a little more… down-at-heel. Golfs not Gallardos. Corsas not Corvettes. Here are Britain’s biggest selling cars in 2013.